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Funding secured: collaborative project between the Lower Saxony Memorials Foundation and TIB on places of Gestapo terror in present-day Lower Saxony


How do researchers currently see scholarly communication? That is what the TIB wanted to know in a survey – now the first results are available


3 days, more than 100 contributions from over 200 active persons make up a 70-hour programme for 1,200 participants – a first positive conclusion


TIB and Jolocom team up in EU-funded pilot project extending self-sovereign identity services to academic conferences


GWK is funding three consortia within the “National Research Data Infrastructure” initiative in which TIB is significantly involved as co-applicant


Member of the Bundestag Rudolf Henke informs himself about textbooks for the health service and the digitalisation of the medical education system


Most of the videos are now available in the TIB AV-Portal: long-term archived, provided with licenses for reuse and a DOI


OER-Portal Niedersachsen starts beta test at www.oernds.de


Innovative solutions for the challenges of the Corona crisis


The Open Science Lab at TIB has been building an open-source rapid publishing system to get training materials into the hands of public health…


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